Lori Vann is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor who has practiced in a variety of settings from inpatient psychiatric hospitals to outpatient clinics, private practice, and the non-profit sector. She has been a professor of psychology for both the Collin County and Dallas County college districts. Ms. Vann has presented on a wide range of topics at numerous locations throughout the Metroplex including colleges, community events, conferences, non-profit organizations, churches, and on national radio for KWRD. Over the years, she has also written several educational handouts for her clients and colleagues.
You can currently find her supervising LPC interns, speaking throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area, and working full-time in her private practice in North Carrollton. Ms. Vann is also currently in the process of writing a book on self-mutilation and has started a self-injury support group for teenagers. To date she has worked with over 140 individuals who have some history of self-injury and has presented on the topic over 20 times. She has been featured on CW33 and CBS 11 and has been written about in local newspapers.
Ms. Vann is a graduate of Pepperdine University where she received with honors her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and is a graduate of Chapman University where she graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Master of Arts degree in Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage, Family, and Child Counseling. She has been a LPC since 2001 and a LPC Supervisor since 2003.